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Acid Camp Vol. 126 — Dave Aju
Here’s an extended dubbed-out jam from Dave Aju. Improvised live in one-take with a bunch of new and recently added pieces to the musical puzzle. A unique blend of dance music history and futurist styles. Dave Aju started out as an alias for a San Francisco experimental techno night in the early oughties. It has since become a name synonymous with a distinctive and unique blend of dance music styles. Check out the 4th studio album TXLAX and its follow up Ciao Sun EP out now on Mule Musiq.
Acid Camp Vol. 125 — Miguel Senquiz
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Berlin. On May 8th, social distancing rules in the capital loosened, and so Miguel and a few friends met for the first time in months for dinner and some Twitch troubleshooting.
That session turned into an 11 hour mix session, a portion of which was live-streamed on Twitch and hosted by Tim Sweeney's Beats in Space channel featuring EVA, Jasen Loveland, and Miguel.
This mix was captured after they shut off the stream, had some breakfast, and decided to ride months of pent up energy and a lengthy warmup behind them into the afternoon sun. The result is a fresh and wild mix of new favorites and old, played impatiently, without channel level EQ, and at times too fast.
Miguel has made his mark in dance music as a supporter and contributor through his time at Ghostly International as well as behind the decks — we hope you enjoy the mix that fueled a mischievous, socially awkward, tiny dance party.
Acid Camp Vol. 124 — Vicki Powell
Anyone who knows, knows Vicki Powell is the mayor of queer Atlanta. From the high holidays of She-aster in the spring and Pride in October, to local mainstays Deep South and Church @ Sister Louisa's, Vicki is a party starter and community builder. As a mentor, she has given birth to up and comers whose voices travel near and far. Behind the decks she is a powerhouse, making the children raise their hands to gospel house in church and lose their minds by the pool at GHT. Vicki Powell is the one who taught us to f**k fear, the rave mom we all crave but don't deserve, and we are so glad she is here.
Acid Camp Vol. 123 — Dave Tada
This mix is a bit of a departure from what i typically play out. However, I’m always looking for musical inspiration from different genres and have been listening to more and more techno the past few years. It brings an infectious, driving energy to the dance floor that is truly unique. Being in self isolation, i needed something to remind me of what awaits us on the other side of this.
Acid Camp Vol. 121 — Lemonfacer
Lemonfacer is the pseudonym of Jacob Gronberg, a DJ and electronic music producer from California. Growing up in the suburbs of Orange County he and his friends would spend most of their time recording music and sharing homemade mixes with each other. Between them they had a small collection of instruments and cheap production equipment that they used to make home recordings of jams and experimentations. For a time they had an online record label to house these recordings which spanned different styles of folk, punk, ambient, noise, and other genres. Eventually the group split but Lemonfacer continued to pursue music as a solo act and DJ.
After some exposure to underground dance clubs, Lemonfacer eventually shifted focus to house, techno and other more club-friendly genres. Since relocating to Taipei he has self released collections of demos originally composed for live sets at various music festivals and clubs in Taiwan.
Acid Camp Vol. 120 — Sindri
Like many in the depths of underground raves, Sindri found his love for electronic music in his late teens. After moving to San Francisco in 2002, he forwardly found his place in nightlife and became an integral part of the queer scene before the tech-takeover. Throwing various parties, drag & art shows, and street guerilla performances. Now residing in Los Angeles, Sindri has devoted full time to music, djing and the arts. Avid purveyor of Italo, Disco, House, and Techno. Playing parties such as Horse Meat Disco London, Honcho Pittsburgh, Fagbash Provincetown, Lights Down Low LA, to name a few. You can also catch him every month in Koreatown for Featurette!
This mix is an homage to a special underground venue that Sindri would frequent in Oakland back in late 90's/early 2000's nicknamed "The Crackhouse."
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